brazilian buttlift

The duration of the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure usually takes an average two to three hours. After the procedure, the patient is monitored as an inpatient for 24 hours.


After surgery, the patient will be hospitalized for 24 hours before being discharged. The patient will be accommodated in the Quirónsalud Málaga Hospital and will be provided with the best possible care.


A Brazilian Butt Lift (Buttock Augmentation) usually takes place under general anesthesia. The anesthesia is induced by an anesthesiologist from our experienced anesthesia staff.

Dr. Felipe Schmitt Sánchez will be performing the surgery in the certified operating rooms of the Hospital Quirónsalud Málaga.


The results can be seen immediately, although it will take approximately up to one month before the patient can return to their normal routine.

Brazilian Butt Lift

The Brazilian Butt Lift, also known as (Brazilian) Buttock Augmentation, is a integrated treatment, which involves liposuction of the fat deposits from problem areas and then injections into the gluteal area, as well as the areas around hips and thighs.

The buttocks are one of the essential features of a feminine, sensual body shape. Unfortunately, not every woman is blessed with a feminine rounded butt, which can be a great bother for those affected. Self-confidence suffers from a flat or sagging butt. It can be unsettling and severely limits the particular feeling of being attractive and feminine.

The Brazilian Butt Lift is a gentle way to add volume to the buttocks. During this procedure, the buttocks region and the areas around the thighs and hips are contoured with the patient’s body’s own fat. This allows not only to enlarge the buttocks, but also to shape the entire body silhouette in an appealing way.

If you are thinking about a Brazilian Butt Lift (Buttock Augmentation), feel free to schedule an appointment with Dr. Felipe Schmitt Sánchez for a more individualized consultation and a detailed explanation of the surgery, possible risks, post-surgery complications, and follow-up care.